Highline was designed by world renowned naval architect Jon Bannenberg, a legend in super yacht design. Almost always stretching the boundaries of yacht design, Bannenberg developed admirers worldwide immediately upon his first masterpiece coming to life in 1968. His collection spans nearly 200 yachts ranging in size up to Larry Ellison's 138 metre Rising Sun.
Highline was built to Australian Maritime Safety Authority standards at the Oceanfast shipyard in Henderson, Western Australia. This 31 metre, 102' Oceanfast was built for speed, and made for pleasure. Well ahead of her time in so many aspects mentioned herein, Highline still demands the attention of yachtsmen, luxury performance enthusiasts, and passerby's alike. Her sharp lines are so aggressive, you almost fail to notice her raised pilothouse on first glance. This exterior style gives a nod to Italian express yachts, as she far surpasses that competition in terms of interior volume. Two twelve cylinder MTU 12V2000 series main engines that were installed new in 2006, produce an astounding 1800 horsepower each. Her Rolls Royce KaMeWa water jets create a massive rooster tail at an exhilarating 27 knot top end.
Just wait, we haven't introduced you to her stylish interior yet.
Thrill seekers beware, you may have just met your match, and Highline is willing to prove it.
Atlantic Yacht & Ship, Inc. is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Denison Yachting. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
Galley is located forward amidships below deck. Full beam and well appointed, this galley is very large for this size vessel. There is a GE Electric five burner glass cooktop and oven, a Samsung microwave, two SubZero refrigerators, a SubZero freezer, a GE Profile fridge/freezer, Compactall waste compactor, GE dishwasher, Frigidaire washer, Frigidaire dryer, and a Ruud hot water heater located in this large space. Under foot the flooring in this area is high gloss teak and holly. To port and moving forward, there is a large amount of dry storage on the outboard side of a hallway that leads to the crew quarters.
The salon is easily accessed from both port and starboard doorways. On both sides of each entryway there are dramatic floor to ceiling windows bringing exterior views into the climate controlled indoors. Between the entry doors there is a U-shaped bar. Four bar stools face aft and offer a breathtaking vantage point. The bar is equipped with refrigerator, sink, storage, and a large modern television. The interior is timeless, and in mint condition. Light and airy, soft whites are accented in a beautiful chroma crystal blue. A color combination that has been recently repopularized by Lincoln's Black Label Yacht Club edition. To port, there is a large u-shaped settee, accented by two large easy chairs, perfectly conducive for conversation while entertaining a small party. On the bulkhead there is a large flat screen television. To starboard, you will find an intimate dinette with loose chairs, a perfect location to start your day under a picturesque window. There is a companionway forward on the starboard side with a high gloss teak and holly sole.
Main Deck Lobby
Forward of the salon on the starboard side of the vessel, you first come to a conveniently located day head. On the outboard side of this companionway you will find storage for dish and glassware under large windows.
The formal dining room is located amidship on the main deck. Seating for six is at a round table in an octagon shaped room, under a skylight adding an astrological element to your dining experience. There is even a dumb waiter adjacent to streamline your service from the galley below. To starboard you will find a watertight entry door yielding access to the foredeck.
On Deck Master
Forward on the main deck you arrive at your owners suite. There is something to be said about an owners suite on the main deck. It keeps you close to the action, but offers you the adequate privacy and solitude you desire when you're ready to retire for the evening, but wish not to venture downstairs. Let's face it, you've had a fun filled day in the sun. This master cabin grants you all the comforts you expect in a super yacht from any era. A center lined King is accented by built in night stands, and a port side makeup vanity. This cabin is light with velvet accents. The master cabin ensuite offers a completely innovative solution to knocking out your morning exercise routine. Simply remove the high gloss teak and holly sole to reveal a Precor treadmill facing a picturesque window.
On either side of the formal dining room entry, there are two spiral staircases leading below deck. The forward leads to the galley. Let's take the aft staircase to the guest accommodations. At the foot of the stairs you come to the entry doors for the port and starboard guest cabins. Mirroring staterooms offer twin configurations with natural lighting, light decor, and well appointed ensuites.
The flybridge on this yacht has so much to offer that it feels more like a sundeck on a much larger yacht. When the weather permits, this is where you will gather with your closest to enjoy the elements of your surroundings. Forward, your captain has redundant navigation equipment as found below in the pilothouse. There is a refrigerator, an ice maker, a jennaire grill, a large dinette, and an expansive hot tub. Because the salon is so far aft on this vessel, this flybridge dinette becomes your primary alfresco dining. A massive umbrella provides shade in this area. Once covered, the hot tub becomes a large sun lounger. The days go by too fast with an atmosphere as well appointed as this flybridge.
The raised pilothouse offers three points of entry. Mainly from the main deck lobby to starboard. Secondly, from the port side watertight entry door from the side deck. And lastly, there is direct access to the flybridge. It is the opinion of the listing agent that some key elements of the navigational equipment stand to be updated.
The current equipment is as follows:
Auto Pilot: Sperry Navpilot 4000
Log/Speed Indicator: Brookes & Gatehouse
Compass: Ritchie, Sperry
GPS: Garmin, Northstar
Depth: Brookes & Gatehouse
Wind: Brookes & Gatehouse
Radios: Icom IC-M127 and IC-M504
Main engines: 2006 MTU 12V2000 M93, 6DDXM35
Port Serial/Hours: 535105741, 2191
Starboard Serial/Hours: 535105742, 2174
HP: 1800 each
RED Gear: 2.22:1
Transmissions: ZF BW 255
TRM Serial: 4223, 4222
Propulsion: KaMeWa Jet Drives
Generators: Northern Lights 50kw
Port Serial/Hours: AD 172457, 12886
Starboard Serial/Hours: AD 172456, 12815
Battery Chargers: Mastervolt, Century
Shorepower: Atlas Series #6
Air Conditioning: Marine Air Systems
Stabilization: Naiad/Koopnautic Holland trim tabs
Vessel is currently operating under Seller's itinerary.
Hours accurate as of March 5, 2021.
Safety and Firefighting Equipment
Portable Exits: 2.75# dry chemical in each sleeping cabin. 4x4.75# same in engine room.
Built In System: 2 x 75# CO2
Aux Systems: 220 Volt Fire Pump/Bilge Pump
EPIRB: ACR Globalfix 406
Lifejackets: 33 Adult
Life Rafts: Avon 10 Person
Lifering: 1 x Round With Light
Forward of the galley to port, you will arrive at the crews quarters. There are two double bunk cabins with ensuite. Forward of the crew cabins is the crew mess. There is a large V-shaped dinette, ships monitoring system, television, and a ladder to an escape hatch. A plethora of storage can be found throughout.
The foredeck on this Oceanfast yields just another environment for entertaining. Here you will find the ground tackle comprising of 125 kg plough anchor attached to 5/8" chain, heaved by a hydraulic windlass. Just behind this you will find bilevel sun lounges. The first, a unique circular shape with space for four to lie comfortably. Above this, and leading back to the pilothouse windscreen there is a long sun pad that laterally covers nearly the entire super structure. There is ample lounge space on this foredeck to host a large party.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.